An important extension article from the University of Nebraska about feed analysis and how to interpret the results. This and other great topics can be found at http://extensionpubs.unl.edu/search/?category=AAG
This extension article from the University of Nebraska is about providing minerals to beef cows but the principles are true for bison as well. In most parts of North America providing minerals to intensively farmed bison is not a “treat”; it is an absolutely necessary part of your feeding program. This and other great topics can be found at http://extensionpubs.unl.edu/search/?category=AAG
A comprehensive look at bison nutrition from the ruminant nutritionists at Saskatchewan Agriculture and Food.
An information article about copper deficiency and treatment options.
Three studies reported here focus on alternative feeds, energy levels, corn type and processing, and feed delivery systems for bison bulls fed for meat.
This experiment was conducted to compare animal performance and cost of gain from four different protein levels in the diets of bison bulls fed for meat.
This article explains the major co-products used today and the applied use of these products in beef cattle rations. The author of the article have presented this material at several bison industry conferences and suggest that these products may be useful in feeding bison as well as beef.